The GLOBE Program® is a world-wide, hands-on, program that gives primary- and secondary-school students the opportunity to learn science by doing science. Students participating in GLOBE take scientifically valid environmental measurements and report them to a publicly available database. Because data from GLOBE schools are used by GLOBE scientists and are reported to the world science community, protocols and instruments are required to meet rigorous specifications to ensure the highest quality standards for data collection.
Vernier is proud to be a supplier of data collection equipment that meets GLOBE Program specifications.
Read about how Vernier is used for GLOBE »
||For use with GLOBE pH Protocol (Hydrology) and Soil pH Protocol (Soil), and Precipitation Protocols (Atmosphere/Climate)
|Stainless Steel Temperature Probe
||For use with GLOBE Water Temperature Protocol (Hydrology), Soil Temperature Protocol (Soil), and Max/Min/Current Air Temperature Protocol (Atmosphere/Climate)
|Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
||For use with GLOBE Dissolved Oxygen Protocol (Hydrology)
||For use with GLOBE Electrical Conductivity Protocol (Hydrology)
|Relative Humidity Sensor
||For use with GLOBE Relative Humidity Protocol (Atmosphere/Climate)
||For use with GLOBE Barometric Pressure Protocol (Atmosphere/Climate)
||TRB-BTA For use with GLOBE Transparency Protocol (Hydrology)
||For use with GLOBE Salinity Protocol (Hydrology)
|Nitrate Ion-Selective Electrode
||For use with GLOBE Nitrate Protocol (Hydrology)
|Soil Moisture Sensor
||For use with GLOBE Soil Moisture Protocol (Soil)
The GLOBE Program is continually growing, and currently involves over 14,000 schools in 105 countries. Over a million primary and secondary students have taken part in the program, and there are now more than 20,000 GLOBE-trained teachers!